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"Domestic" thrillers for wont of a better description

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DuffyMoon Sat 04-Oct-14 15:00:59

Any recommendations please...have read the magpies, gone girl and before we met

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Seriouslyffs Sat 04-Oct-14 15:04:34

I think I've just bought one- Clara’s Daughter, Meike Ziervogel.
I've just sat down to read it and will report back.

Fizzyplonk Sat 04-Oct-14 21:12:42

Sophie Hannah?

moneyone Sat 04-Oct-14 21:14:53

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KillmeNow Sat 04-Oct-14 21:22:05

Any Nicci French /Nicci Gerrard .

CaptainTripps Sat 04-Oct-14 23:12:23

Ann Cleves

ShanghaiDiva Sun 05-Oct-14 02:03:55

Paula Daly- what kind of mother are you?
Second Sophie Hannah - earlier books are better.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 05-Oct-14 07:54:48

The Play Date

Killing cupid-by the magpies author
Into the darkest corner

DuchessofMalfi Sun 05-Oct-14 08:18:07

Alys, Always and Her, both by Harriet Lane. Excellent reads, well written and quietly disturbing.

tripfiction Sun 05-Oct-14 14:08:31

Alys Always is great!

You might like:
Just What Kind of Mother are You? by Paula Daly (Cumbria)
Baptism - Max Kinnings (London/Snowdonia)
No Escape - N J cooper (Isle of Wight)
Tarnished by Julia Crouch (Whitstable)

Hope you find something that fits the bill!

goldengoddess Sun 05-Oct-14 14:15:20

Just read a couple of books by Tamara Cohen, very good.

whatwoulddexterdo Tue 07-Oct-14 21:23:34

Try who are You by Elizabeth forbes, its what I am reading now, very very good.

DuchessofMalfi Tue 07-Oct-14 21:35:53

My next read will be The Silent Wife by A S A Harrison. Looks interesting. Will post thoughts when finished.

JabberJabberJay Tue 07-Oct-14 21:38:38

Sophie Hannah definately. Her earlier books are better. Try Little Face or Hurting Distance.

Clawdy Wed 08-Oct-14 12:11:32

"Daughter" by Jane Shemilt is excellent. Also "The Burning Air" by Erin Kelly.

TsukuruTazaki Sat 11-Oct-14 00:49:23

The husbands secret, liane moriarty

KurriKurri Sat 11-Oct-14 17:09:50

The Replacement- Patrick Redmond
Wicked Girls- Alex Marwood
The Guilty One -Lisa Ballantyne (perhaps not quite a domestic thriller, but I enjoyed it and the one's you've mentioned, so it might be your cup of tea)

I second the Paula Daly - What kind of Mother are you?

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 12-Oct-14 14:23:39

Oh yes, the Guilty One was bloody fab as was Wicked Girls.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 12-Oct-14 15:12:49

Weirdly I read Little Face and hated it so much it's put me off ever reading anything by Sophie Hannah againgrin

IsabellaofFrance Sun 12-Oct-14 20:51:35

Daughter by Jane Shemilt is very good.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 12-Oct-14 20:54:31

Glad to hear Daughter is good,I downloaded it last weeksmile

IsabellaofFrance Sun 12-Oct-14 21:01:17

Sea Sisters too, and The Shadow Year.

Loved both of those.

DuchessofMalfi Sun 12-Oct-14 21:27:06

I finished reading The Silent Wife by A S A Harrison. Don't think it works as a thriller, but is still an interesting read.

Shouldn't have been marketed as appealing to fans of Gone Girl because it really has no similarity.

Cheesymonster Mon 13-Oct-14 11:38:37

What have I done? by Amanda Prowse.

Apple trey yard.

Cheesymonster Mon 13-Oct-14 11:38:56

Tree, sorry!

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